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If ever I doubt the wisdom of moving back to the East Coast in general and Southern New Hampshire specifically, all I will need is a morning like this one. Three inches of fluffy, sticky snow created road conditions such that prompted school officials to delay school’s opening for ninety minutes (yes…Ms. Shear gets to hit the snooze button today). Fast forward to the morning commute through a park-like snow-globe setting…the trees were all coated with pristine, freshly fallen white snow. All the way to the mountains and across town looked like a picture perfect postcard. The only thing missing were Norman Rockwell-esque kids running around with sleds and long, knit stocking caps. It takes my breath away, and I count myself ever-so-lucky to be living in such a beautiful part of this land.
As far as the BTD goes…I’ve been compliant and feeling okay. There are so many viruses going around school that I feel like I’m always fighting something. I’ve been eating lots of parsley soup and other bennies, as well as trying to get as much sleep as possible. As always, for an added boost, I’ve bulked up on superfood and added lemons to my daily water too. Here’s hoping that this finds you all safe, content, happy and healthy. Be well…
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